Lauren Rosenblum Goldman concentrates her practice on appellate litigation
and has filed briefs in a broad range of complex matters, including product
liability cases, securities and banking law litigation, labor cases, insurance
coverage actions, and several criminal cases. She was recently identified by
Legal 500 as one of the country's leading appellate litigators.
Lauren has briefed various cases in the United States Supreme Court and in state
and federal appellate courts and has argued appeals in the United States Courts
of Appeals for the Second and Third Circuits and in New York's Appellate
Division. She is particularly experienced in briefing punitive damages issues;
she has worked on many successful appeals from large punitive awards, including
Philip Morris USA v. Williams, 127 S. Ct. 1057 (2007). She
regularly works with trial counsel in punitive damages cases to preserve claims
of error, develop evidentiary motions, and draft jury instructions.
Lauren is a co-author of Mayer Brown's Federal Appellate Practice treatise, published by BNA Books in December 2008.